To renege is to go back on your word or fail to keep a promise. This applies to several but hits home in HSE. When you give your word not to discuss a private one on one call and bring it up the next day in a global staff meeting you should be ashamed of yourself, as a VP you have shown the group that you are untrustworthy. That will be hard to repair those relationships. It is also easy to take all the glory and accolades for others hard work, as long as know one else is aware who stepped up when you could not find a solution, nor handle the stress. This job maybe to much for you, and a few years of people skills are truly needed, Remember "YOU", not others, must be decisive, whether it be right or wrong it was your decision. If you don't take that to heart then remember that the road of life is paved with flat squirrels who could not make their OWN decision. Stand up for your people and get engaged. It's not to late. Just some friendly advice.....
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nobody in that department feels great.
This thread must make people feel great in her department lol
also no one cares about EHS and if you do don't worry you will be let go.
There has been no more replies as this is the normal status quo now. Why worry about this when oil is going through the roof. Apache is no longer the company it was back in 2010. Things began changing during the last CEO transition. It may have been better off letting the younger Plank run the company.
Guess the VP squashed this thread. Good luck to you all in EH&S!
Was there ever a resolution or did she use her connections to get it squashed?
Be careful starting this thread up again or ehs will get upset and start commenting instead of lurking in shameful fake defense of you know who
Someone call the Ombudsman
Has anything been done to fix this?
Corporate officers called out…and still nothing.
wow it is probably people spying on it for that many views
This post has had 2,700+ views. Good grief!
So it seems this thread cut way too close to home.
The truth hurts.
suddenly this thread got very suspiciously quiet...
@9nmu+1eUbGLaf that is good to hear. She sounds like a horrible leader who has run off or fired most of her competent (aka threatening to her) staff. Hopefully someone or something steps in soon the correct her ways or discipine her.
@9nmu+1eUbGLaf - we are speaking up, but the only safe forum to do so is right here. Sad isn't it?
I can assure you there are numerous EHS team members from the field to corporate that have significant ethical and professional complaints regarding her leadership that want to (and should) be heard.
Wow so all these comments about how much JJ stinks as a leader. Does anyone in EHS have anything to say?
Sure sounds like y’all should speak up.
I agree with the earlier poster. All of these complaints. VP HR (aka Maddox) and his admin (aka BJ (!)) need to take action.
As far as Christmann goes, we’ve all been waiting for him to do his job for some time now. Not holding my breath.
Sadly she seems to be beyond reproach, look at all the people she ran over or ran off in her wake, makes one wonder what she has on them ....
John Christmann, Anthony Lannie, David Bernal, Brandy Jones-
Read this. Do your jobs!
Post ID: @6xft+1eUbGLaf
Would not do any good. Nobody cares. She has got them all in her pocket. They needed a diversity hire and be careful what you wish for, as she is sneaky.
Find a friend who is a lawyer (not internally) to issue the complaint on your behalf as anonymous. Will scare the cr-p out of them but they’ll also take it serious.
If this many people feel this way about her leadership? Maybe her leadership team should say something. I know someone on this thread said they have no backbone but they have to at least care about the department to address the issues
If you can provide a safe and secure source on how or where to report her without risking termination I know myself and a couple other people are willing to lead the charge.
Maybe this should be addressed at her next EHS townhall? Just kidding, no one EVER initiates dialogue in fear of the termination hammer.
Just catching up on this post and the thread comments. How do those in her department feel? Will anything be done to respond to what she is or rather is not doing? Or will this just be yet another post/thread about how much she sucks with no resolution?
To Post ID: @4qmi+1eUbGLaf,
Exactly. If you are a "threat"; you will be gone.
The revolving door so to speak is intended to keep her acoloytes in line.
All the EHS team members who previously spoke up are no longer here because JJ deems them a threat (DL and SD etc). And, if you think the AIM Center ethics hotline is confidential you are sorely mistaken. Further more, JJ's direct management reports have zero backbone and will not challenge or confront her when acts of negligence arise (COVID, ESG, regulatory compliance etc) as those rules don't apply to her inner circle.
The environment in EHS is not healthy or compatible for long term career growth or sustainable employee retention.
If you speak up you just get let go and no one talks about it.
Of course no one speaks up. Everyone has the mentality that it won’t do any good. So the bad behavior just goes on and on
One would think not hearing a single positive comment speaks more volumes than this thread. To the poster who clearly still works in her department, have you said something?
I haven’t heard a single positive comment about JJ. Age and gender are irrelevant, people are good or suck at any age or gender. Although millenials tend to overestimate their abilities. Being raised by parents telling them they are all awesome and special.
Whether or not she is a millennial is actually irrelevant. The original poster and the following poster comments are all legitimate concerns and accurate.
Man based on these posts her department sounds like an absolute nightmare.
Great job APA!
Again... why expect anything from her? #firstmistake
Welcome to the snake pit. This is what you get when you promote millennials to VPs.
There are words to describe her monstrosity of poor leadership and they begin with fraudulent, immature, undecisive, negligent, wreckless, unforgiving, unkind and fake.
There is zero trust on this team. It is time to move on.
So, without using initials while this sounds very unproffesional, is the poster really this shocked that the VP of EHS by the way, not of HSE, would behave this way given her track record? Not to discredit what happened, but not sure why anyone would be surprised by this point.
The company made sure to push forward or hire based on race and gender